Archive for November, 2021

Guest lecture by Mr. Ramsden

November 22nd, 2021 | by

guest lecture by Mr. Ramsden

guest lecture by Mr. Ramsden

On Tuesday and Wednesday we will have Mr Ramsden back with a guest lecture in Robotic Systems. You can join the lecture using the following link:

The privacy policy for the use of Zoom and a handout for participants (students) can be downloaded from the CLS pages of RWTH Aachen University.


AI task planning in the EU project Sharework

November 15th, 2021 | by

Automated task scheduling used in the EU-Projekt Sharework.

A new IGMR blog entry has been published on the website of the EU-Projekt Sharework. It presents the challenges of task planning for mixed teams of humans and robots, as well as our solution to them. Automated task planning and a modified version of the framework ROSPlan are used for this purpose. You can find more detail in the text and in the linked video of the blog post.


Contact person:
Prof. Mathias Hüsing

M.Sc. Robotic Systems Engineering

November 8th, 2021 | by
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Markus Schmitz

AI task scheduling explained

November 2nd, 2021 | by

Artificial Intelligence task scheduling explained using an industry scenario.


The Automated Task Planning is intended to support the use of robots in flexible environments.
Traditional robot programming as a sub-area of work preparation processes poses great challenges to individual productions with small quantities. Automated Task Planning promises to address the problems.
In the video, in addition to the introduction and classification of Automated Task Planning, the steps required for its implementation and the benefits that result from its use are presented.
The concept was validated during research at IGMR using a simulation, which is used in the examples in the video.


Contact person:

Prof. Mathias Hüsing